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likely have to put u.s. troops on the ground to accomplish that mission, or risk killing many civilians from the air. the danger posed to our men and women in uniform would be far greater. so would the cost and our share of the responsibility for what comes next. to be blunt, we went down that road in iraq. thanks to the extraordinary sacrifices of our troops and the determination of our diplomats, we are hopeful about iraq and their future, but regime change there took eight years, thousands of american and iraqi lives, and nearly a trillion dollars. that is not something we can afford to repeat in libya. as the bulk of our military effort ratchets down, what we can do, and we will do, is support the aspirations of the libyan people. we have intervened to stop the massacre, and we will work with our allies and partners to maintain the safety of civilians. we will deny the regime arms, cut off its supplies of cash, assist the opposition, and work with other nations to hasten the day when gaddafi leaves power. it may not happen overnight. a badly weakened gaddafi is trying desperately to
, can you elaborate? >> i have had the privilege in this job a traveling to half of the u.s. attorney's offices across the country. as part of our visits to make sure that we are aggressively enforcing civil rights laws and listening, we are listening and learning as i did in chicago from. sticklers north dakota muslim sheik is on committee. it really tears my heart out to listen to this story. i will never forget a trip to tennessee where and iman talks about how his son does not want to go to school because he is so scared every day. they were telling him, go home, you terrorist. this is his own. we see this across the country. we see this in a wide array of areas, employment, religious zoning context, school context. >> according to data from the equal opportunity employment commission, muslims of 0.45% of religious discrimination cases. those i mentioned earlier comprise less than 1% of the population. "there is a level of hatred and animosity that is shocking. i have been doing this for 31 years, i have never seen such an to pass the toward workers." among other things, the suit
to the definition of u.s. waters that would perpetuate de lis and permits and land-use decisions. we are hearing from a number of people in the private sector say look, this isn't helpful. we need to have clarity. we need to know what is appropriate and not to read a lot of the builders are saying we can't move forward until we have clarification and permits that allow us to do our work. the epa needs to be allowed to carry out the law but the congress and the court has authorized and to carry out. the bush administration's epa administrator as well as you, ms. jackson, determine the greenhouse gas emissions do in fact endanger the health of our citizens. ms. jackson, you've done your job and actually issued an indian term and finding and are now required as we know to regulate emissions. the law requires you to. if congress no longer wants them cleaned up to improve america's health in congress should stop the fecund vba otherwise the epa is violating the law by not enforcing it. and actually you want to cut costs in this country you should allow the clean air act to do its job, the report rele
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